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Since 2005 the Arizona State University Libraries has been delivering information to our users at their point of need. The Library Channel is a prime example of how the library produces and provides content to our students using latest technologies. Library Channel content includes: original audio and Video podcasts, library news, informational and instruction library programs, lectures, oral histories, and the popular The Library Minute video series. The Library Channel also provides a key means for library to promote and market our services and it is a necessary spoke in the outreach hub of the library.

Library Channel topics include a wide range of information: publishing, education technology, research support, faculty and librarian cooperative learning, history, indigenous studies, and library services.

Our content is widely available to our users through ASU's web pages, ASU's digital signage systems, ASU's local cable channel ASUtv, ASUâs YouTube and Vimeo channels, and also iTunes University.

Our goal is to produce information and provide content that our users need at their point of need. We are adaptive and use the latest technologies to provide information and connect with our students.

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ASU Library News for September 2008: New Library Web URL - The ASU Libraries can now be found on the web at lib.asu.edu. Updated "Ask A Librarian" Chat service New Lecture: Wilma Mankiller - "Challenges Facing 21st Century Indigenous People." Phoenix, Heard Museum Steele Auditorium; 7:00 p.m. The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community seeks to speak, act, offer, and share in order to assume responsibility for land, culture,...
Topics: ASU, podcast, Arizona State University, library, news, library chat, native americans
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Arizona Historical Foundation Photo Preservationist Rebekah Tabah joins host Fred McIlvain on-location at the Hayden Library to discuss "Dane Coolidge's Wild Wild West" the 2010 exhibit of historic Arizona photographs taken by scientist, artist, explorer, and author Dane Coolidge. Coolidge a relative of President Calvin Coolidge started as a biologist hired by the Smithsonian to take pictures of western animals. He fell in love with western people, places and photography and began...
Topics: ASU, Arizona, history, photography, science, cowboys, Deserts--Southwest
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In this Library Minute Anali gives you an introduction to Open Access supporting free, immediate access to scholarly information online, along with the right to use and reuse that information however you need. It's important for students because it makes it easier -- and cheaper! -- for you to get access to the information you need to get a quality education. It's important for faculty because it gives greater visibility to your research and enables more rapid dissemination of scholarly...
Topics: open access, research, scholarly communication, education, ASU, Arizona State University,...
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Host Fred McIlvain and Librarian Mimmo Bonanni welcome Library Channel director Matthew Harp to talk about being named one of Library Journalâs Movers and Shakers for 2010 and was profiled in, âLights, Camera, Library.â Matt talks about producing audio and video programs for the ASU Libraries and the Library Minute series. He also discusses his enrollment as a digital information management student and the Informatics and Cyberinfrastructure Services department in the libraries. Matt is the...
Topics: podcast, ASU, Library Journal, award, mover and shaker, YouTube, librarians, digital repositories,...
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Are you a researcher with old floppy discs and punch cards? Is your research locked away on outdated software or requires an archaic machine? What happens to our digital data as computer technology changes? Imagine a place to compare data from archeological sites throughout the world, where scholars create and share knowledge of the long-term human past. In this episode Fred McIlvain and Mimmo Bonanni meet with Dr. Frank McManamon, executive director of Digital Antiquity, and Dr. Keith Kintigh,...
Topics: archeology, digital repositories, preservation, computers, software, research, libraries, ASU,...
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Visiting librarian Lin Hu from Sichuan University in China talks about his experience at the ASU Libraries as part of our librarian exchange program. Lin also discusses achieving his dream of attending a Phoenix Suns NBA Playoff game and his appreciation for player Steve Nash.
Topics: librarian, China, culture, ASU, Sichuan University, Arizona, Phoenix Suns, libraries
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In this audio podcast, Rachel Leket-Mor, subject librarian for religious studies, philosophy, and Jewish studies, leads a discussion of library services offered for graduate students. Joining Rachel for this discussion are Mrinalini Muralidharan, who recently earned her PhD in life sciences, and Jordan Johnson, a graduate student in the faculty of religious studies, who provide insights into what valuable library services graduate students have available to them. More information about the...
Topics: ASU, Arizona State University, library, graduate students, ILL, Interlibrary loan, Libguides
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A single teacher in a four room school house started the nation's largest public university? Take a trip back 125 years to 1885 and the founding of ASU as a tiny normal school. University Archivist Rob Spindler and Curatorial/Museum Specialist Karrie Porter Brace discuss the Fall 2010 Hayden Library exhibit TNS 125 ASU on the anniversary of the university's founding as the Territorial Normal School. You'll learn about the founding fathers of ASU such as Charles Trumbull Hayden, John Armstrong,...
Topics: Arizona State University, ASU, Territorial Normal School, Charles Hayden, John Armstrong, George...
In the third part of our China Initiatives Series we are pleased to welcome Sichuan University Librarian and Professor Dr. Yao and Assistant Librarian of Chinese Studies Qian Liu as they discuss the similarities and differences between the sister libraries of Arizona State University and Sichuan University. They also discuss Dr. Yao's reaction to the Confucius Institute Exhibition, library collections and development policies, digitization, and the Million Books Project. Episode 62 Host: Tammy...
Topics: China, history, ASU, Sichuan University, Library, research, million books project, Arizona State...
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The ASU Library Channel presents a workshop on the academic publishing process presented by Dr. David Lamond, an Academic Adviser for Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. and editor of their Journal of Management History. David provides information and advice helpful to faculty, graduate students and academic professionals attempting to publish articles in academic journals. Topics include online usage and dissemination of published works, tips for publishing success, the editorial value chain and...
Topics: ASU, libraries, publishing, research, scholarly communication, higher education
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Curator Karrie Porter Brace and student Zac Humphrey, an active member of the ASU Sun Devil Marching Band, join us for an entertaining exploration of the marching band as we highlight the re-opening of the Mighty Marching Sun Devil exhibit at Hayden Library. The discussion traces the history of the marching band, including great band directors of the past and includes an interesting look at the evolution of the band uniform. Explore the exhibit featuring photographs and other band related...
Topics: music, marching band, exhibit, university, history, band directors, band uniforms, drum corps, ASU,...
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Over a hundred years ago a Franciscan friar and self-taught photographer, Simeon Schwemberger dramatically captured the life of Catholic clergy, Navajo people, and others in the Southwest. Curatorial Museum Specialist Karrie Porter Brace, Curator of the Labriola National American Indian Data Center Joyce Martin, and University Archivist Rob Spindler promote their new exhibit Schwemberger Photographs an exhibition of large format images taken between 1902 and 1909 by Brother Simeon Schwemberger...
Topics: ASU, Arizona, exhibit, photography, glass plate negatives, Navajo Indians, missions, Franscisca...
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Curator Jacqueline Chao with Featured artists Angela Cazel Jahn and Stephen Marc discuss the Spring 2011 Origins Art Exhibit that runs through April 29, 2011 at the ASU Tempe campus. Angela Cazel Jahn's piece, "Our Little House of Once Was Knowledge" is featured in the lobby of Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus. Her exhibit is a small house structure containing boxes full of bits of what people think are knowledge resting on a foundation of books and artifacts including...
Topics: exhibits, humanities, art, podcasts, education, ASU, Arizona, library
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Anali Perry joins three ASU professors to talk about Open Access issues, their own open access activities, and the Open Access Week exhibit at the Tempe Campus Oct. 12-23. The Open Access movement encourages providing access to scholarly literature that is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. For more information about Open Access please visit the Scholarly Communication LibGuide. Dr. Jane Maienschein is a Regents' Professor, President's...
Topics: ASU Libraries, ASU, Digital Repositories, Copyright, Exhibits, Faculty, scholarly communications,...
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A rivalry over a century. A trophy lost for decades. This is the story of the Arizona Territorial Football Championship Cup. University Archivist Rob Spindler talks with Digital Projects Librarian Mimmo Bonanni about the longstanding rivalry between the Arizona State University (ASU) Sun Devils and University of Arizona (UA) Wildcats. They will also look into the mystery of the missing cup and where it was eventually discovered in 1983. The âDuel in the Desertâ between ASU and UA is among the...
Topics: history, arizona, UA, ASU, football, trophy, rivalry, arizona state university, university of...
Podcast about Palm Leaf Exhibit at Arizona State University Libraries on the Tempe Campus
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The ASU Library Channel welcomes back Arizona Historical Foundation Photo Preservationist Rebekah Tabah to discuss the 2011 exhibit "Allen Dutton: A Retrospective" featuring examples from over fifty years of the artist's work. Host Fred McIlvain takes us on a tour of Dutton's work including his books, paintings, photo collages, and his life and history in Arizona. Get ready for a discussion unique as the artist himself. Master photographer, author, sculptor, social critic, painter,...
Topics: photography, Arizona, art, exhibit, podcast, libraries, history, nudes, rhinos, Phoenix, Then and...
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In this episode Fred McIlvain talks with Arizona Historical Foundation archivists Linda Whitaker, Susan Irvin and Rebekah Tabah on the debut of the Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M. Goldwater after 5 years of heavy lifting (literally and figuratively) processing the collection. When Barry Goldwater founded the Arizona Historical Foundation nearly 50 years ago, the last thing he would have expected is to find his papers in disarray. It is the ultimate irony, that a man who saved...
Topics: Barry M Goldwater, senator, government, archive, ASU, Arizona Historical Foundation, AHF, Arizona...
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The Library Channel starts off 2008 with a new edition to our series Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success. We are joined by Librarian Leslee Shell from the Fletcher Library on the ASU West campus and Ken Sweat from the Integrated Natural Sciences Department at the West campus. Ken and Leslee joined forces to get students past the heady language associated with scientific literature and into the vast resources available to them. Leslee was also looking at bringing library...
Topics: library, innovations, Higher Education, Faculty Team-Up, biology, podcast
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To celebrate the opening of the new Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University and the ASU Libraries' exhibit End of the Golden Age: Science Fiction Before and After the Atomic Bomb , Fred McIlvain and Assistant Professor Ed Finn, director of the Center, interview author Alan Dean Foster about his career in Science Fiction, film novelizations, and his world travels. Alan and Ed talk about meeting John W. Campbell, how science fiction authors actually predicted the coming...
Topics: authors, writing, science fiction, ASU, libraries, literature, Hollywood, WWII, nuclear weapons
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On February 14, 2012 Arizona celebrates 100 years of statehood. ASU School of Theatre and Film presents the play Untold Stories/Unsung Heroes as part of the Arizona Centennial Project New Works Series beginning February 10 at 7:30 in the Lyceum Theatre. Director Pamela Sterling, professor at the School of Theatre and Film, joins Host Fred McIlvain to talk about the play and how it was put together. Joining them is Curatorial Museum Specialist Karrie Porter Brace to talk about the tie-in...
Topics: play, exhibit, Arizona, oral history, centennial, arts, university, students, ASU
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The new Center for Science and the Imagination is launching its exhibit , End of the Golden Age: Science Fiction Before and After the Atomic Bomb, with a grand opening on September 12th at 1 PM at the Noble Science and Engineering Library.  This event will feature an introduction by Author Alan Dean Foster. The exhibit presents stories published during and after World War II, and examines the growing recognition within the optimistic ranks of Golden Age writers that some of our...
Topics: libraries, science, science fiction, pulp fiction, WWII, war, atom bomb, authors, podcast
The Library Channel is proud to present the third installment of the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community, sponsored by ASU American Indian Studies Program, ASU Department of English, ASU American Indian Policy Institute, ASU Labriola Center, and the Heard Museum. Recorded March 23, 2009 at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, University of Victoria Professor of Indigenous Governance Gerald Taiaiake Alfred talks about the "Resurgence of Traditional...
Topics: indigenous, American Indians, events, labriola, Native Americans, ASU, Arizona State University,...
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The Arizona Historical Foundation presents and exhibition of images from the murder trial of Winnie Ruth Judd, one of the most sensationalized cases in the history of Phoenix. Judd, who died in 1998 at the age of 93, was the notorious “Trunk Murderess” of 1931 caught in Los Angeles transporting the remains of her two female roommates in a set of trunks from Arizona by train. Speculations and conspiracy theories have developed over the years involving her relationships with local...
Topics: arizona history, library, asu, winnie ruth judd, murder, trunk murderess, arizona historical...
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Fred McIlvain, Mimmo Bonnani, Curator Karrie Porter Brace and Professor Emily Umberger of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts discuss the summer exhibit of Mexican Codex Manuscripts on display at the Hayden Library. This colorful and unique exhibit includes facsimiles of Aztec, Alcolhua, Mexica, Mixtec, and Maya court documents, maps, historic, and Pre-Hispanic records of text and imagery of several Spanish Colonial Period and PreColumbian manuscripts. The display will be on exhibit...
Topics: Mesoamerican, manuscripts, codex, facsimile, Montezuma, Diego de Landa, culture, Mexico, aztec,...
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Visiting Subject Librarian William Dansoh from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Edgwood Library in South Africa sits down with Fred to talk about his time at ASU. William visited Arizona as a participant in a librarian exchange program that is part of the Carnegie Corporation sponsored Research Libraries Consortium project. The purpose of this project is to obtain insights into research libraries within the United States, especially focusing on how academic librarians collaborate with and...
Topics: ASU, Arizona State University, library, South Africa, librarians, research libraries, Carnegie...
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The Library Channel helps celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic name change which transformed Arizona State College into Arizona State University with a new series of podcasts throughout the year. The name change, a singular moment in the university's and state's history, came through an unprecedented statewide referendum that officially passed on Nov. 4, 1958. In this first episode, we are joined by former editor of the State Press and former director of the Alumni Association Don...
Topics: ASU, ASC, Arizona State, history, library, podcast, education
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Rachel Leket-Mor, ASU Libraries Jewish Studies Bibliographer, joins Fred and co-host Mimmo Bonanni for a fascinating discussion on the history and impact of Israeli pulp fiction. Rachel provides an overview of the 300 pulp books available from the ASU Libraries Archives and Special collections and what this unique collection of westerns, sci-fi, detective, World War II, and adventure stories reveal about Israeli culture during the 1950s and 1960s. The ISRAPULP Collection at ASU Libraries, the...
Topics: asu libraries, pulp, popular literature, translation, stalags, israeli society, podcasts, arizona...
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The Library Channel is proud to present a lecture from the first installment of a new ASU Indigenous speaker series, the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community, featuring Dr. Ned Blackhawk talking about his new book Violence over the Land: Indians and Empires in the Early American West published by Harvard University Press. Winner of the 2007 Frederick Jackson Turner Award and the 2006 William P. Clements Prize for the Best Non-Fiction Book on...
Topics: Indians of North America, Great Basin, history, Heard Museum, ASU, library
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Fred McIlvain and Tammy Allgood interview Dr. Robert Mills, Assistant Professor ASU School of Music and Chistopher Mehrens, Head Music Library about Robert's personal collection of opera scores on loan for display in the Music Library. The exhibit features early and first-edition opera scores printed by Parisian music publishers highlighting the rich history of Parisian music publishing. During the late 1800's and early 1900's publishers took a lot of pride in their publications. These scores,...
Topics: podcast, asu, arizona state university, library, opera, scores, art, publishing, collecting, music,...
Cathy Norton wraps up her discussion digitizing biodiversity and Phil Konomos, Head, Informatics and Cyberinfrastructure Services follows with remarks on the expanding role of the ASU Libraries in building digital repositories through the ASU Knowledge Network. While much of the biodiversity of the world lies in remote areas and developing nations, vast storehouses of biodiversity information are contained within the major libraries and museums of the developed world. The Biodiversity Heritage...
Topics: digital repositories, libraries, ASU, innovations, biodiversity, taxonomy, Woods Hole
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In order to create and refine library services and resources to support the faculty of the New American University, it is imperative that we in the libraries have a clear understanding of their research process. In part two Dr. Keith Kintigh the associate director of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change show the evolution and history intellectual threads and activities of his work that have gotten including archaeological fieldwork, southwest biocomplexity, the development of...
Topics: Research, library, Library innovations, ASU, Higher Education, Digital Repositories, podcast,...
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Fred McIvain talks with Librarian Jeanne Davidson who joined the ASU Libraries as Head of the Noble Science and Engineering Library in June 2007. They discuss the expanding services, collaborations and new approaches Jeanne has helped establish.
Topics: library, innovations, Higher Education, librarian, science, podcast
Tammy Allgood welcomes Allison Leaming and Dr. Ralph Gabbard for a travelogue about their trip to China in late spring of 2007. Ralph and Allison visited Chinese libraries and met people interested in developing international partnerships with ASU Libraries. Many outstanding institutions were toured including the National Library of China, Tsinghua University Library, Liaoning University Library, Sichuan University Library and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. They will also discuss their...
Topics: China, ASU, libraries, travel, Arizona State University, Confucius Institute
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In order to create and refine library services and resources to support the faculty of the New American University, it is imperative that we in the libraries have a clear understanding of their research process. In part oneDr. Jane Maienschein discusses The Embryo Project and its partnership with the ASU Knowledge Network. Dr. Jane Maienschein, Regentsâ Professor, Presidentâs Professor, and Parents Association Professor, serves as the director of the Center for Biology and Society in the...
Topics: Research, library, Library innovations, ASU, Higher Education, Digital Repositories, podcast, embryo
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The 2008 American Library Association Annual Conference in Anaheim is almost here! And the Library Channel will be there. We've gathered a small group to talk about ASU's activities and your chance to meet us in person at the conference. We'll be sharing what we are looking forward to and the presentations we'll be hosting and attending. Tammy Allgood will talk about her joint presentation on library gaming. Dan Stanton discusses the Association for Research Libraries meeting he will be...
Topics: American Library Association, Arizona State University, ASU, ALA, libraries, podcast
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The 6th edition of the Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success series. In this episode The Library Channel brings you Kinesiology lecturers Jennifer Fay and Tannah Broman and Health Sciences Librarian Sheila Hofstetter. Learn from this lively discussion of how faculty sought to improve their students' ability to quickly find the best research; a critical skill they knew would be vital to their success as students in Kinesiology 200, upper level courses, and future healthcare...
Topics: information literacy, kinesiology, education, library, librarians, research methods, university,...
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Curator Karrie Porter Brace talks with Fred about the new exhibit Shelter and the Storm: Agnes Smedley at Yaddo located on the 4th floor of Hayden Library. The exhibit, drawn from University Archives material, reviews the life and the controversy of ASU Alumna Agnes Smedley, advocate for the oppressed, radical, war correspondent, and spy. Agnes Smedley had the longest residency at the artistsâ colony Yaddo in Saratoga springs, NY. Highlights of the program include information on Yaddo, Agnes's...
Topics: Agnes Smedley, ASU, archives, communism, Yaddo, Charles A. Willoughby, china, history, 20th...
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Cathy Norton, Director of the Marine Biological Laboratory and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Library, will discuss the Biodiversity Heritage Library's vast digitizing effort to scan biodiversity materials and make them freely available, anywhere, anytime and its role in the Encyclopedia of Life project. Ms. Norton also highlights taxonomic intelligence algorithms included in the BHL that allow researchers to search information based upon historical scientific and common names of...
Topics: digital repositories, libraries, ASU, innovations, biodiversity, taxonomy, Woods Hole
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In early 2008, ASU's West campus was selected as a "Point of Pride" by the Phoenix Pride Commission. The honor, which is awarded every four years, recognizes a landmark or attraction unique to and located within the city that evokes a sense of pride among area residents. Join West campus leaders, staff and alumni in a discussion about what truly makes the West campus a point of pride. For more information see these related articles: West campus earns Phoenix "Point of Pride"...
Topics: ASU West campus, Podcast, Library, history, architecture, Arizona, Phoenix
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Host Fred McIlvain welcomes special guest Dr. Ann Dutton Ewbank, Education Liason Librarian, to talk about being named one of fifty Library Journal ”Movers and Shakers.” She is joined by Jennifer Duvernay, ASU Libraries Marketing and Outreach Officer, also named a Mover and Shaker in 2005, who reflects on the significance of this honor. Ann talks about her continued work to promote and educate the public, especially lawmakers, on the value of teacher-librarians in K-12 schools. Ann is a...
Topics: librarian, libraries, education, public schools, ASU, Arizona State University
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ASU West campus Dean of Student Affairs Kevin Cook and student government president Ryan Caracciolo highlight all the exciting homecoming events at the ASU West campus for Fall 2008. The ASU West campus is participating in Homecoming as part of the campusâs role as a vital part of one university in many places by hosting a variety of events enabling members of the West campus community to get together, have fun, and show their Sun Devil spirit. This yearâs celebration is special because it...
Topics: ASU, ASC, Arizona State, library, podcast, education, homecoming, students
Marilyn Myers talks with Tammy Allgood about the 20th anniversary of the Fletcher Library at the ASU West campus.
Topics: ASU West campus, Podcast, Library, history, architecture, Arizona, Glendale
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In this edition of The Library Channel, checkout Fred's conversation with with Arizona Historical Foundation Photo Preservationist Rebekah Tabah, about an exhibit of images selected from over 40,000 foundation photographs illustrating various ways that Arizona has been surveyed, measured, mapped, and studied. These images and artifacts capture an Arizona we cannot fully experience today, representing 150 years of explorers, miners, soldiers, ranchers, engineers, archaeologists, and government...
Topics: Arizona, history, geographic surveys, Barry Goldwater, ASU, library, podcast
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Q. Whats the next best thing to an original manuscript? A. A facsimile, of course. Professor of Music Eckart Sellheim joins guest host Anali Perry and ASU Music Library Head Dr. Christopher Mehrens to discuss the summer 2008 exhibit, "Just teh Facs Ma'am: Les Basses Danses of Marguerite of Austria and other music facsimiles from the collections of the ASU Libraries and Professor Sellheim. Facsimiles are books that attempt to recreate the appearance of original manuscripts. They are used by...
Topics: music, history, archive, library, podcast, ASU, Arizona State University, manuscripts, score
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Marilyn Wurzburger reflects on her 48 year career with ASU Libraries. She covers the move from the cramped Matthews Library to spacious Hayden Library, the people she worked with, and the unique collections she helped build.
Topics: ASU, university, archivist, archives, library, education, Patricia Seaton Lawford
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Fred McIlvain presents the News from the ASU Libraries. Reduced Spring Break hours: Hours and closures for March 8 - 14 LibGuides!A handy tool for the resources you need. Gerald Taiaiake Alfred lecture at the Heard Museum: The third Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture and Community on March 23rd. Interlibrary Loan: Possibly the best library service you may never have tried! Featured Exhibit: Shelter in the Storm: Agnes Smedley at Yaddo (related Podcast) Host:...
Topics: Gerald Taiaiake Alfred, ASU, Arizona State University, news, library, LibGuides, interlibrary loan,...
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Our series, "Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success," returns! In this installment we are joined by Dr. Ken Mossman, Professor of Health Physics in the ASU School of Life Sciences, and Katherine O'Clair, Life Sciences Librarian, ASU Libraries. They are here to tell us about collaborating to help students succeed in Bio 302: Cancer & Heart Disease. Ken's interests are in radiological, health and safety with a particular concern in public health and protection from...
Topics: ASU, biology, X-ray, cancer research, education, arizona, library, life science, radiological...
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Tammy Allgood demonstrates the recording of a Podcast during the Library Information Technology (InfoTech) Interest Group Meeting at the AZLA (Arizona Library Association) 2007 Annual Conference. David the director of the Sierra Vista Public Library talks a little about the conference and his impressions. The podcast was uploaded and syndicated during the session.
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Fred interviews Joyce Martin, Acting Curator of the Labriola National American Indian Data Center about a special, new handmade book, Cherokee Phoenix, Advent of a Newspaper: the Print Shop of the Cherokee Nation 1828-1834 by Frank Brannon. The book focuses on the technical aspects and history of the newspaper and Cherokee printing. They will also discuss printed examples of the Cherokee syllabary and other Cherokee materials including language videos, coloring books, bibles, and popular comic...
Topics: library, Native Americans, indigenous, ASU, podcast, American Indians, Cherokee, publishing,...
As part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the historic transformation of Arizona State College into Arizona State University we our proud to present a panel discussion featuring the ASU Emeritus College. The panel includes four of the founding members of the Emeritus College: Founding Dean Dick Jacob, Associate Dean Chuck Elliott, the Emeritus College Newsletter Editor and Council member Winifred Doane, and current Emeritus College Dean Len Gordon. Our distinguished panel members discuss...
Topics: ASU, university, emeritus, research, library, education, faculty
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Jodie Milam talks with Fred about the outstanding suite of services and extraordinary customer service provided by ADA Services at the Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus. Visit the ASU Libraries ADA Disability Services page for more information. Host: Fred McIlvain Guest: Jodie Milam Producer: Matthew Harp Episode 81 Running Time: 9:13
Topics: ASU, ADA, disability, library, arizona state university
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At a glance, harnessing the power of the Arizona sun would seem to be a natural fit for an aspiring southwestern university. ASU’s increasing research capability, the ambitions of Arizona businesses and the Arab oil embargoes of the 1970’s might have been a perfect storm for the development of solar technology. But technical challenges and uncertain government support impeded strategic investment and innovation in a field that sparked the imagination but required robust interdisciplinary...
Topics: sustainability, green, 1950's, 1970's, politics, energy crisis, photovoltaics, science, industry,...
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In this episode, Fred McIlvain and Mimmo Bonanni interview Dan Stanton and Mark Scott of ASU Libraries Government Documents and Maps about A More Perfect Union: The Life and Times of the U.S. Constitution, a Constitution Day Celebration on Friday September 15 from 1:00-5:00pm, in the Carson Ballroom of the Old Main building on ASUâs Tempe campus. Mark and Dan will also explain the history of the constitution, why it is so important to the United States, and how you can get involved in the...
Topics: ASU, history, constitution, government
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Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Childsplay, a theatre for young people and their families, Artistic Director David Saar and Curator of the Child Drama Collection Kathy Kryzs talk with Fred about a retrospective exhibit at the Tempe Center for the Arts. In April 2000 Childsplay was recognized by American Theatre magazine as one of the top four professional theatres for young people in the United States. This company has received just about every local and state arts award and national awards...
Topics: community theatre, child drama, acting, juvenile, art, performance, Arizona History
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The Library Channel is pleased to welcome Dr. Christine Marin to the show. Dr. Marin is among the founders of ASU's prestigious Chicana/Chicano Studies Department. Mark Scott and Mimmo Bonanni join Christine to discuss her unique history that is tied to the ASU Community. They discuss her journey from the working class mining towns of Globe/Miami to ASU. Christine talks about the political movements of the sixties and seventies, the Mexican American Student Organization (MASO), and explains the...
Topics: ASU, ASU Libraries, Chicana/o Research Collection, mining, Miami Globe
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ASU Library News for September 2008: New Library Web URL - The ASU Libraries can now be found on the web at lib.asu.edu. Updated "Ask A Librarian" Chat service New Lecture: Wilma Mankiller - "Challenges Facing 21st Century Indigenous People." Phoenix, Heard Museum Steele Auditorium; 7:00 p.m. The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community seeks to speak, act, offer, and share in order to assume responsibility for land, culture,...
Topics: ASU, podcast, Arizona State University, library, news, library chat, native americans
The Library Channel is proud to present the third installment of the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community, sponsored by ASU American Indian Studies Program, ASU Department of English, ASU American Indian Policy Institute, ASU Labriola Center, and the Heard Museum. Recorded March 23, 2009 at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, University of Victoria Professor of Indigenous Governance Gerald Taiaiake Alfred talks about the "Resurgence of Traditional...
Topics: indigenous, American Indians, events, labriola, Native Americans, ASU, Arizona State University,...
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Curator Karrie Porter Brace talks with Fred about a new exhibit at ASU libraries that asks the question, "What is Sacred?" The exhibition runs through December 5, 2006 in the Luhrs Gallery and Labriola National American Indian Data Center at Hayden Library, Tempe campus. A Sense of the Sacred includes resources pertaining to sacred texts, historic Southwestern places of worship, cross cultural attitudes and beliefs. The materials on display are from the Hayden Library including...
Topics: ASU, religion, podcast, culture, Native Americans, exhibits, southwest, manuscripts
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Join Fred McIlvain, University Archivist Rob Spindler, and Jennifer Duvernay from Library Marketing and Outreach as they discuss the events and history of ASU Homecoming.Homecoming is an opportunity for alumni to come back and remember “the good old days,” share their experiences with old friends and faculty, and see what has changed at their alma matter. Rob Spindler will talk about the purpose and history of the event, including the very first homecoming celebration back in 1926. We will...
Topics: university, ASU, Arizona history, campus life
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On October 3, 2006 Tammy Allgood was joined by three librarians and a contract specialist from the Collections and Scholarly Communications Office at ASU Libraries to discuss the ongoing crisis in scholarly communication, a crisis defined by current trends in information and resource sharing that seriously affect how the academic world distributes knowledge. Access to information has traditionally been a central concern of libraries in general, but business models adopted by many publishers in...
Topics: publishing, copyright, open access, library, libraries, academic literature, research
On Thursday March 22, 2007 the ASU Libraries and the Jewish Studies Program at ASU hosted a special event: An evening with Dr. Ann Kirschner, author of Sala’s Gift: My Mother’s Holocaust Story, in the Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus.It was not until Sala (now 82) was scheduled for heart surgery in 1991 that she showed Ann a priceless collection of more than 350 letters and a diary from her years in the Nazi work camps, documents that she had kept carefully hidden in a cardboard...
Topics: holocaust, history, family history, WWII, world war II, immigrant experience
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This is an enhanced chapter-enabled AAC file for iTunes and iPods.Previously Ms. Bishoff was Vice President for Digital Collection Services at OCLC, and former Executive Director of the Colorado Digitization Program. Liz has worked with libraries and museums in many states on various aspects of their collaborative digitization initiatives. Part one: Liz discusses assumptions about grants and libraries Part two: Federal Funding Information Part three: Liz concludes her discussion and answers...
Topics: higher education, information science, federal funding, libraries
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Joan Frye Williams continues her May 16th presentation to the Arizona Library Association explaining how librarians can improve their chances of success by implementing the innovations that best match their particular type of library environment. She demonstrates why innovation is seldom easy, and even best practices aren’t “one size fits all.”Part One:How choosing the right Innovations can help youBeing a Library Innovator is easier than you thinkWhy many library projects failKnowing...
Topics: information science, information resources, libraries, library, librarians, customer service,...
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Meet The Library Systems Help DeskEver wonder what to do when you have a computer or internet problem at the library? The ASU Libraries Help Desk is your answer.Join us as Fred McIlvain interviews the folks who have heard it all! Learn about the top issues they face everyday, the HelpSTAR system, how to submit a problem report, tracking your service requests, interesting help desk stories, what our staff really think about floppy disks and much more.
Topics: customer service, libraries, library, computer support, students, higher learning, program...
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The ASU Libraries continues our series Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success with History and Political Science Bibliographer Ed Oetting and Associate Professor of History Dr. Andrew Barnes. Andrew and Ed collaborate on an online history methodology course which includes an embedded library component. The goal of the library component is to teach students how to do valid historical research online via web based library resources. They faced the challenge of creating effective...
Topics: information literacy, history, education, libraries, library, research methods, Arizona State...
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On Tuesday, May 16, 2006 the Arizona Library Association brought library IT consultant Joan Frye Williams to the ASU Tempe campus to explain how libraries can be fast, convenient, and suited to the modern, multi-tasking lives of today’s students and faculty without marginalizing the librarian. Joan is an internationally recognized library futurist and has been a successful librarian, consultant, trainer, and user of library services for more than 25 years.Part One focuses on :24 Hour...
Topics: information science, libraries, librarians, marketing, students, information resources, web 2.0,...
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For our 20th episode we are talking with Exhibits Committee Chair, and Life Sciences Librarian Katherine O’Clair.Katherine is entering her second year as chair of the committee and will talk about current and future exhibits, the current state of the committee, and how it was formed. She will also talk about a new collaborative show underway with the School of Life Sciences on Arizona plants and animals that naturally survive the heat of summer.Mimmo Bonnani (Digital Projects Librarian) and...
Topics: art, libraries, library spaces, ASU
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A Diversity Horizons Presentation sponsored by the Diversity Team at Fletcher LibraryLeandro Soto, Senior Lecturer and Artist-in-Residence at ASU’s West campus, presented an intimate curator/artist talk inside the Interdisciplinary Arts and Performance Gallery at ASU at the West campus on Tuesday October 10, 2006.This exhibit, “Shared Visions: India, Mexico, & Cuba” honored and celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month - but in a totally new way. Attendees took off their shoes, sat on the...
Topics: art, diversity, education, fine arts
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Originally presented by the ASU Libraries in 2007 Barrett, The Honors College has recently presented an exhibit in the Hayden Library featuring the history of the Flinn Foundation Centennial Lecture, the works of this year’s Centennial Lecturer Anna Quindlen, as well as the history of Barrett at ASU. Join host Fred McIlvain for this interview with special guest Mark Jacobs, Dean of Barrett, The Honors College as they discuss these topics as well as the future growth of Barrett. Host: Fred...
Topics: education, history, academics, student life, buildings, Arizona
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